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Nutella Dessert Dip

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This dip is like a fondue, but everyone gets their own dipping cup. That means “double dipping” is totally allowed!

The only two ingredients needed to make this recipe are Nutella (up to a whole 13 ounce jar, if you like) and heavy cream (1 cup.)

Spoon 8-to-13 ounces of Nutella into a microwave-safe glass measuring cup with a pour spout. (The pour spout will make this dish easier to serve.)

The more Nutella you use, the thicker your dip will be. Heat the Nutella in the microwave for 30 seconds on high.

Remove it from the microwave and set it aside for the moment.

Pour the cream into another microwave-safe glass measuring cup and heat that in the microwave, for approximately 30-45 seconds on high heat, or until very hot but not boiling.

Pour the cream into the Nutella…

…and whisk the two ingredients together

…until it is completely smooth and blended.

Pour the Nutella dessert dip into 8 small espresso cups…

…or mini, individual serving dishes.

Serve with biscotti or shortbread.

Double dipping is allowed!

Enjoy!

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4 Comments

jake said:

The Nutella dip sounds great.  I am wondering if it would be good, and, of course, healthier to use fruits such as banana, pineapple, strawberries, etc. instead of the cookies.  Anyone tried that?

Kathy Maister said:

Fruit is always healthier than cookies!! :-)

My Fruit Salad Video shows how to cut fresh fruit including strawberries, melon and pineapple.

Here is another Fruit Dip Recipe as well!

Enjoy

Healthy Diet said:

thanks for the nice recipe my little bother would love it,and ya the fruit dip recipe is also good

deema said:

looks so easy to make